MOOSE: The Art Of Cleaning / Reverse Graffiti

by | Mar 11, 2010 | COMMUNITY

This is the definition of defying convention through innovation; armed with a wire brush, cleaning supplies, and the occasional powerwasher, Moose leaves the traditional tools of graffiti at home. His works, created by selectively removing the grit, grime, shit and carbon that collects on urban surfaces like algae in an unkept pond, range from personal projects to commercial advertising and embrace a leave-no-trace mentality while making big marks.



This is the definition of defying convention through innovation; armed with a wire brush, cleaning supplies, and the occasional powerwasher, Moose leaves the traditional tools of graffiti at home. His works, created by selectively removing the grit, grime, shit and carbon that collects on urban surfaces like algae in an unkept pond, range from personal projects to commercial advertising and embrace a leave-no-trace mentality while making big marks.





Via Wooster Collective and Environmental Graffiti.

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